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    Awesome work! I really like the Orgus/Steampunk look you've got going on there!
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    Very nice.

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    Wooh that it an amazing saber! Awesome work man!
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    Beautiful saber!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denz View Post
    Really cool looking. A blend of TOR and steampunk.

    -Denzil
    Thanks Denzil! Yep, I looked through a lot of KoTOR and steampunk as design reference, glad it came through!

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyoy2k View Post
    As everyone has already said, this is a gorgeous saber! I love the ingenuity that was put into your build, and it's cool to see what is possible with a simple tool. I enjoy the backstory you developed as well because it gives the saber a certain sense of identity.
    yoyoy2k, thanks for your kind words! I'm glad the approach and backstory resonates, shaping a saber's identity is really fun to play with.

    Quote Originally Posted by Starwinder View Post
    Awesome work! I really like the Orgus/Steampunk look you've got going on there!
    Thank you, Starwinder! After seeing ArkLight Arsenal's Orgus Din saber (on YouTube here) and others he built with wood components, I wanted to see how organic and more industrial materials could play off each other.

    Quote Originally Posted by ARKM View Post
    Very nice.
    Thanks, ARKM! I've always really admire your work, your Old Republic Sith Assassin double-bladed saber is really inspiring.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSilverDark View Post
    Wooh that it an amazing saber! Awesome work man!
    Thank you! Glad you like it

    Quote Originally Posted by Generic Jedi View Post
    Beautiful saber!
    Many thanks!

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    Very well done. It has been ages since I've seen a saber that really catches my eye in design, detail, craftsmanship and features. I absolutely love it and would gladly pay an arm and a leg for this. absolutely gorgeous saber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guardianofwinds View Post
    Very well done. It has been ages since I've seen a saber that really catches my eye in design, detail, craftsmanship and features. I absolutely love it and would gladly pay an arm and a leg for this. absolutely gorgeous saber.
    Wow, thanks Gaurdianofwinds! I'm humbled. And I'm glad the design resonates with you, I would gladly keep you in mind if I decide to make a small production run. Thanks for your kind words!
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    So well composed! I love the 70s feel to this.

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    Thanks! The original props in ANH definitely inspired pieces of my design, such as the power level indicator, like some 70s era analog readouts/Death Star control rooms
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    Holy cow. Wow.

    If you don't mind my asking, how did you bond the aluminum to the PVC?

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